Nonfiction

    KNEADING OUR WAY HOME by Kris Haines-Sharp

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    Ring the bells that still can ring Forget your perfect offering There is a crack, a crack in everything That’s how the light...

    SILVER SHADOW by Rekha Valliappan

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                'We swung over the hills and over the town and back again, and I saw how a man can be master of a craft, and how a craft...

    JAM SESSION by Svitlana Matiushenko-Musyj

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     “Rules for happiness: something to do, someone to love, something to hope for.” ― Immanuel Kant      She was challenging herself again, “Can I do it? Maybe I can...

    THE PSYCHOPATH By Wendy Swift

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    THE PSYCHOPATHby Wendy Swift I struggle to grasp that Danny is an alcoholic, despite the glaring evidence. I understand drinking is a way of life for him, to the...

    FINDING FAMILY by Stefanie Wass

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    My husband has always known he was adopted. I found out by sticking my foot in my mouth. Early in our courtship, when we were both...

    SAVING SOULS by Marian Fredal

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    Saving Souls We watched the door. All fifty of us in St. Sylvester School Grade 3 learned to listen and to watch for our teacher, a tall nun dressed...

    DEAR CHEATER, TELL ME WHY by Ben D’Andrea

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    Cheating on an exam is more of a strike against self-respect than failing it by honest effort. Most college or university students who cheat resent cheating, as if someone or something pressured...

    SHEPARD’S HAUNT by Wes Blake

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    Years ago I heard that Sam Shepard drank here. Since then I’ve stopped in several times, and I hear a new Shepard story almost every time. When I say “here” I really...

    THE ANATOMY OF DISCONNECTED LINES by Tim Harris

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    The Anatomy of Disconnected Lines I first noticed him on the other side of Westbury Avenue, as we both made our way to the bus stop.

    THE DINNER TABLE by Frances Guerin

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    The Dinner Table By Frances Guerin Dinner at 29 Alpha Road was a formal occasion. My family sat around an antique oak table...